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SIMPLY MARVELOUS." Suffered Severely With Headaches Unable to Work. Miss Lucy V. McGivney, 452 3rd Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y., writes: 'For many months I suffered se verely from headaches and pains In the side and back, sometimes being unable to attend to my daily work. "I am better, now, thanks to Peru na, and am as active as ever and have no more headaches. "The way Peruna worked in my case was simply marvelous." We have in our files many grateful letters from women who Lave suffered with the symptoms named above. Lack of space prevents our giving more than one testimonial hero. It is impossible to even approximate the great amount of suffering which Peruna has relieved, or the number of women who have been restored to health and strength byits faithul use. W. L. Doucuas 3&'3-SHOESF.0E1 IV. L. Douglas $4.00 Gilt Edge Line cannot do equalled at any price. W. L. DOUGLAS MA KES A SELLS MORE MEM'S $3. BO SHOES THAN AMY OTHER MANUFACTURER lit THE WORLD. 1 1 d flflfl REWARD to anyone who can P I UfUUU disprove this statement. II I could take you Into my three large factories it Brockton, Mast., and (how, you the Infinite care with which every pair of shoes Is made, you weald realize why W. L. Douglas $3.50 shoer cost mora to make, why they hold their shape, lit better, wear longer, and are of greater intrinsic value than any other $3.50. ihoe. ' W. L. Oougiam Strong Mmdm Shorn tor Mom, 92.BO, $2.00. Baym' School DromShomm,$2.BO,$2,$1.7B,$1.BO CAUTIQN.-r'lnsiBt upon having'W.l,.Doug Im shoes. Take no substitute. None genuine without hi name and price stamped en bottom, fast Color Cutlets used ; they mill no', wear brassy. Write for Illustrated Catalog. W. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton, Bias. , L. A. K, U. 1906-17 Si ltiSI 5SAlfeJrS Rushed855? ia"jf-gH I H Capital 2,50o,ooq The Dent War Up. ,,10 fallowing lmrngrnphs from an exchange tiro well worth the earnest attention of those to whom the advice applies:,, Young men are always being ndvlKed to "rise in the world." Which may -or may not be good advice. It de pends upon : . How the young man rises. What he rises upon. What he rises to. What he takes up with him. If your idea is to rise in the world by making mouey and having people look up to you on that account, it, Is easy enough. If you want to go up like a man, however, put seme foundation besides dollars under you. What will you rise to? To something worth while. Ideals are worth while. And one way to de fine ideals is to say tlioy nre what your mother wants you to be. ..uen men go up to ideals they are the light of the world. Nothing New Under Sun. Arthur Evans, the Oxford archaeolo gist, who has made so many interesting discoveries in the so-called palace of Minos, in Crete, has found In a sub terranean sanctuary certain very an cient, small earthenware statues, repre senting the goddess and two of her servants. The dress of the figures Is said to be highly modern. The goddess, we grieve to say, wears a corset, just such a corset as contemporary man shyly wonders at In the windows of a department store. The skirt of the robe of the goddess is "in Louis XV. style." ner jacket Is "exactly as Is worn In the present day." Styles of say, 2000 B. C, styles of 1000. Unless home humorist has "salted" the excava tions, you are forced to hold that much nonsense has been written about the splendid, free, uncramped bodies of the female ancients, by no means ancient females, In their time". And "we shift and bedeck and bedrape us" much as our esteemed ancestors did in the morn ing of the world. Everybody's Maga zine. Mothers will nnd Mrs. WIdbIow'b Soothing Byrap the beet remedy to ose for their children during the toethlng period. Information Wanted. "What be th' name uv that 'ere pic ture?'' queried Uncle Hiram Corn shucks, who had strayed Into the art museum. "That painting." replied 4he attend ant, "represents Joshua commanding the sun to stand still." "Yew don't say !" exclaimed Uncle ILVram. "Which be Josh an' which be his son?" Animated Poem. "I don't see the editor," said the cal ler in the editorial rooms. "No," grinned the copy boy. "Ha took a poem yesterday and hasn't showed up since." "That's strange. Was It a long poem?" . "Oh, about five feet four. Maybe you've seen her writing the woman's column at the third desk. They've gone on their honeymoon, I guess." Important Epochs. 'There ore only two Important epochs In a woman's life, at best," re marked the cheerful Idiot. "Name" them," suggested the fluffy balred blonde who typewrites between meals because she needs the money. "Before and aftpr marriage," replied the c. L. with diabolical grin. DOWTT. Qaywood Ah, count, you are still sowing wild oats? Why don't yon mar ry and. settle down? ... . The Count Ach, hlmmel, I vlll ven her fader seddles down. . Affording; a Hope. ' "Doctor, I'm nearly dead with insom nia. ,. I wish you. could give me something that will, make me sleep," ."Professor,' you remind . me of pa tient I once had in East Saginaw, He iwas- " , .... , "Good ! That will do just as Well." Go ahead and tell the story, doctor, , I've heard it five or biz times." Spirting The best is Hood's Sarsapanlla. It is the best because it does the most good. While it makes the blood pure, fresh and lively, it tones the stomach to bet ter digestion, creates an appetite, stimu lates the kidneys and liver, gives new brain, nerve and digestive strength. An unlimited list of wonderful cures 40,366 testimonials in the past two years proves its merit. In buying medi cine always get the bCSt, T T , , gel nOOQi. Sold everywhere. Liuuid or tablets, 100 Doses $1. A Friend (SlHAT thin, little, 10-cent Box of Cascarets. When carried constantly In your Vest Pocket, or In "my Lady's" Purse It will ward off ninety per cent of Life's ordinary Ills. Eat one of the six candy tablets con tained in that ' Vest Pocket Box" whenever you suspect you need one. It can't hurt you, and is sure Insurance against serious sickness. ' Want of Exercise, indoor Employment, weaken the Bowel Muscles, just as they weaken Arm and Leg Muscles. The Muscles lose tone, tension, strength, to force the food onward. And the longer they stay in that state the weaker they become, because the less exercise they get through the slow pass age of food. Cascarets contain the only combination of drugs that acts on the Muscles of the Bowels and Intestines, just as Cold Water, or Exercise, act on a Lazy man. They act like Exercise. . When you have Heartburn, Collc.Coated Tongue, Suspected Breath, Acid-rising-in-throat, Gas-belching, or an Incipient Cold, take a Cascaret. Remember, all these are. not merely Discomforts, but indications of a serious Cause. Nip them In .the bud eat a Candy Cascaret. Cascarets don't purge, nor punish the stomach like "Bile-driving" "Physics." They act like Exercise on the Bowel Muscles that propel Food, and that squeeze the natural Digestive Juices of the body into Food. Cascarets ward off, or cure, the follow ing diseases: Constipation Bad Breath Biliousness Diabetes The Test. It isn't hard to make a speech, Most any one can do it. But genuine success you reach If people listen to it. Washington Star. .Naturally. "How did you feel when you were struck by . lightning?". "Thunderstruck." Cleveland Leader. ; THE WHOLE LOT If we don't heed prevention, we will need a cure. The Old-Monk-Curs j St. Jacobs Oil Is ready always fos.aH forms of LUMBAGO ! raw .!!' to sr - ny STIFF NECK - IT CDEES ALIKE redBcuuie . ...1.: ". .r. ., : ' ".: 1 V TV' Mrs. S. L. Carleton. Ayer, Mass., says: "For a perfect spring medicine to give strength and thoroughly purify the blood. Hood's Sarsapa rllln U hold in hii?h esteem bv our whole fam ily. 1 have used it from childhood and find it as good for my children as for myself." in Need Indigestion Headache Dyspepsia Diarrhata Torpid Liver Flatulence Appendicitis Hives Rheumatism Jaundice Catarrh Nausea Colic Vertigo Scrofula Pimples Womanly Troubles Worms Blotches Piles Eczema Ulcers Dysentery In such cases a little Cascaret in time (3 worth fifty dollars worth of Treatment later on, to say nothing of the suffering, discomfort, loss of Business Energy, and loss of Social Sunshine it saves. A coming Headache can be warded off in short order, by a single Cascaret, and the cause removed. Heartburn, Gas-belching, Acid-risings in the throat, and Colicky feeling are sure signs of bowel trouble from food poisons, and should be dealt with promptly. One Cascaret will stop the coming trou ble, and move on the Bowel load, if taken at the first signs. Don't fail to cajry the Vest Pocket Box of Cascarets with you constantly. All Druggists sell them over ten million boxes a year. Be very careful to get the genuine, made only by the Sterling Remedy Com pany and never sold in bulk. Every tablet sta ped"CCC." CTT FREE. TO OUR FRIENDS! We want to send to oar friends a beautiful French-designed, GOLD-PLATED BONBON BOX. hard-enameled In colors. It Is a beauty lor the dressing table. Ten cents in stamps is asked as a measure of good faith and to cover cost of Cascarets, with which tKls"dainty trinket Is loaded. 719 Send to-day, mentioning this paper. Address Sterling Remedy Company, Chicago or Hew York. I love Mr. Swinburne, His verse in so warm ; And if you don't read him IIo'll do you no harm. The Touchstone. Cauarnt on tne Henound. George Rattier than remnln single, wotild yoti marry the biggest foot on earth If he asked you? Clara Oh, George, this Is so sudden. muscular aches or pains, from RHEUMATISM to SPRAIN THE WHOLE LOT."